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The biogenesis and functions of lipid bodies in animals, plants and microorganisms.
  • D. Murphy
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Progress in lipid research
  • 1 September 2001
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Biogenesis and function of the lipidic structures of pollen grains
Abstract Pollen grains contain several lipidic structures, which play a key role in their development as male gametophytes. The elaborate extracellular pollen wall, the exine, is largely formed fromExpand
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Mechanisms of lipid-body formation.
Most organisms transport or store neutral lipids as lipid bodies - lipid droplets that usually are bounded by specific proteins and (phospho)lipid. Neutral-lipid bodies vary considerably in theirExpand
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The Domains Required to Direct Core Proteins of Hepatitis C Virus and GB Virus-B to Lipid Droplets Share Common Features with Plant Oleosin Proteins*
In mammalian tissue culture cells, the core protein of hepatitis C virus (HCV) is located at the surface of lipid droplets, which are cytoplasmic structures that store lipid. The critical amino acidExpand
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Structure, function and biogenesis of storage lipid bodies and oleosins in plants.
  • D. Murphy
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Progress in lipid research
  • 1993
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THE FUTURE OF OiL PaLM as a MaJOR GLOBaL CROP: OPPORTUniTiEs anD CHaLLEnGEs
In recent years, the oil palm sector has witnessed a period of historically high prices with buoyant global demand and high levels of production driven largely by economic development in major AsianExpand
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The dynamic roles of intracellular lipid droplets: from archaea to mammals
  • D. Murphy
  • Biology, Medicine
  • Protoplasma
  • 1 July 2012
During the past decade, there has been a paradigm shift in our understanding of the roles of intracellular lipid droplets (LDs). New genetic, biochemical and imaging technologies have underpinnedExpand
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Caleosins: Ca2+-binding proteins associated with lipid bodies
We have previously identified a rice gene encoding a 27 kDa protein with a single Ca2+-binding EF-hand and a putative membrane anchor. We report here similar genes termed caleosins, CLO, in otherExpand
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Plant Lipids : Biology, Utilisation and Manipulation
1. The study and utilisation of plant lipids: from margarine to lipid rafts. Denis J. Murphy, Biotechnology Unit, School of Applied Sciences, University of Glamorgan, UK. 2. Fatty acid biosynthesis.Expand
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Intra- and extracellular lipid composition and associated gene expression patterns during pollen development in Brassica napus.
Pollen development in angiosperms is regulated by the interaction of products contributed by both the gametophytic (haploid) and sporophytic (diploid) genomes. In entomophilous species, lipids areExpand
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